Not The Wall Street Journal

A guide to alternative financial advice

| July / August 2003

GreenMoney Journal
This newsletter provides resources and contacts for environmentally and socially responsible investing. $50/yr. (6 issues) from Box 67, Santa Fe, NM 87504;

Dollars & Sense
Calling itself ?the magazine of economic justice,? Dollars & Sense features no-nonsense reporting on a wide range of economic and financial issues, clarifying what the day?s financial headlines mean for everyday Americans. $23.95/yr. (6 issues) from Box 3000, Denville, NJ 07834;

Real Money
This newsletter from Co-op America offers practical tips on greening your life and money. Recent topics include surviving bear markets, investing in communities, planning for retirement, and organizing book swaps. $30/yr. (6 issues) from 1612 K St. NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20006;

Left Business Observer
For an alternative take on the official government and corporate line, check out this long-lived newsletter famed for its eloquent and in-depth examination of current economic policies. $22/yr. (11 issues) from Village Station, Box 953, New York, NY 10014;

Show Me the Money!
Demystifying the financial structure and exposing its flaws, this zine inspires a different way of thinking about business as usual. Free, donations welcomed (3 or 4 issues/yr.) from Tony Hunnicutt, Box 48161, Coon Rapids, MN 55448

Amelia Bauerly is an intern at Utne.